Moms’ SingBabySing® Singing Lessons

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Moms, dads, grandmothers and babies join Joy Sikorski for singing lessons with their children at Storyopolis in Studio City, California.

28 thoughts on “Moms’ SingBabySing® Singing Lessons

  1. johnwally says:

    You are so cool ,I teach Ennnnggglish in Japan to children and they love to
    sing ,which I find is the best way to teach them good pronounciation of
    sounds that are not found in Japanese ,the meaning doesn’t matter they will
    get that latter .

  2. johnwally says:

    But I am a little shy singing and dancing in front of the mothers. But
    after watching you ,I realize i don’t even need to be singing songs yet
    just creating the sounds lacking .Thanks for posting all your silliness
    ,women are great teachers ,so are men but balance is so important aswell.

  3. singbabysing says:

    Thanks so much. I’m thrilled that you might be able to use some of these
    techniques to encourage children in Japan. It makes me feel like I’m doing
    my job on this earth!

  4. singbabysing says:

    It took me a long time to get over my shyness because I was worried too
    much about what other people think. Now it doesn’t matter to me anymore, as
    long as I believe in what I’m doing and do my best to give my knowledge to
    others so that it can be used to build a better world. Yes, women are the
    great balancers! Thanks again.

  5. singbabysing says:

    It’s not just for babies. The resonant principles apply to all voices. The
    work I do babies is cutting-edge early childhood development having to do
    with what happens in the brain when babies and toddlers sing. Babies can
    actually match pitches as early as 3-4 months of age. More on my website
    about this.

  6. wow hard stuff! Im high watching it and its hardest hitting psychodelic
    sh.. on youtube! It like a report about retarded people and about
    teletubbies and about hippies on crack at the same time! 3 Thumbs up!

  7. singbabysing says:

    Amazing that you found this site!

  8. omg no seriously its awsome! I dont mean it as offense. Especially the
    second part is crazy! When the crowd starts like flipping out with all that
    “gagaga lalallaa”. Then everybody is like peacefull in harmony going
    “mamama” and “umm da” and “dada” lol. Than the techno beat kicks in. Even
    the grandma cant help but sing along!

  9. brazilianheavymetal says:

    I already saw all your videos! You´re just great! I´m not in a hurry to
    learn how to sing, so I picked you as my teacher!

  10. singbabysing says:

    You’re attitude is really great and I hope to be able to help you with your
    voice is such a way that your happiness will keep increasing!

  11. singbabysing says:

    Whew! Glad to hear you thought it was awesome! And I LOVED the grandma,
    that’s why I just had to put her in the video. Last week I gave wonderful
    workshops for over 100 preschool teachers and childcare givers and I wished
    I had a good video of those sessions. It was so much fun that I felt like
    we were riding high above the troubles of the world!

  12. serviceisgod says:

    I am really inspired by your singing lessons, though at this point in my
    life, singing has taken a back seat. However, I would like to thank you for
    these videos and wish you continue to serve people all around the world
    with these beautiful tips and lessons on singing!

  13. singbabysing says:

    Many many thanks for your encouragement. I’ll keep doing all I can to help.

  14. ButtonMuncher says:

    Hi Joy, just wanted to ask about two problems I have that I’m sure other
    watchers of your videos have. First, whenever I change from head to chest
    voice, there is a break in the voice that is essentially a yodel. I can’t
    really get around it. Secondly, I warm up properly, stretch, hum,
    everything before singing, but still my vocal cords get tight and sore and
    I tend to lose my voice after not too long. I’m not talking about singing
    in a strainful way or screaming or anything like that…

  15. ButtonMuncher says:

    …I just seem to have delicate vocal cords, and sometimes singign at all
    is a problem, although occasionally everything works perfectly. i want to
    be able to do gigs and sing for two hours but that’s too much stress on my
    vocal cords right now. Any advice? I’m scared of getting nodules… Thanks
    a lot, Joy! Maybe you should have a FAQ section, if you don’t have one
    already. 🙂

  16. singbabysing says:

    I try not to use the word “break” anymore because it conveys a negative
    idea. It’s actually called a register change. Think of it like a manual
    gear shift with a car and you have to learn how to use the clutch. Getting
    around it is not real hard so I’ll need to do a lesson on that some time.

  17. Elquestosucks says:

    hahah do you always wear that top lol

  18. singbabysing says:

    Top? Do you mean the one in the tongue exercise?

  19. singbabysing says:

    Ah, you mean the shirt. No…it wore out!

  20. Patricia Currie says:

    how are your students doing now? The music school where I used to teach had
    a similar music program for parents with their babies, but it was for

  21. Fatima Harris says:

    Often, the children will start humming or singing the song on their own after hearing it once or twice, especially if the song is at their level.

  22. Shamichael says:

    We learn a kind of cardboard cut-out idea of how human beings are and how they should be categorised and we’re really interested in being able to simplify down to the lowest common denominator what a person is, in order to understand them, in sort of a neat way.

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